A survey has revealed 70 per cent of youngsters have been bullied online - sometimes with devastating consequences.
It's hoped the durable covers will give children who were once unable to use the technology the freedom to use it in the classroom.
A report published today has found that more than half of people would rather text their friends than meet them in person or ring them.
A free WiFi service is being been launched for the centre of Cardiff .
Cardiff Council says the network will cover the busiest areas of the city for tourism, commerce and leisure.
It says, initially, access to the service will be free and unlimited to all.
It'll be extended to the Cardiff Bay area in 2014.
The Planck observatory spent four and a half years studying the evolution of stars and galaxies.
It was designed to detect faint traces of radiation from the Big Bang – also known as the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB).
“Planck has provided us with more insight into the evolution of the Universe than any mission has before,” says Alvaro Giménez, ESA’s Director of Science and Robotic Exploration.
“Planck’s picture of the CMB is the most accurate ‘baby photo’ of the Universe yet, but the wealth of data still being scrutinised by our cosmologists will provide us with even more details.”
ESA has switched #Planck off. Mission complete!
The Planck space telescope, built with expertise from Cardiff University, has been deactivated by the European Space Agency after reaching the end of its mission.
A telescope built with expertise from Cardiff University will be switched off today.
Planck has been scanning the sky to map the relic radiation from the Big Bang, the Cosmic Microwave Background or CMB.
Researchers in Cardiff built one of the telescope's instruments.
During its mission, the telescope has helped scientists to gain a better understanding of the universe and its origins, revealing the universe is older than previously thought at 13.8 billion years.
Mission controllers have fired Planck's thrusters to empty its fuel tanks. Now its on its way to a "parking" orbit around the sun.
Today its transmitters will be switched off and Planck will fall silent.
The firm behind plans for a massive tidal power station for Swansea Bay have revealed details of their proposals today.
The scheme would trap the tide in a vast lagoon and release it through turbines to generate electricity.
If it's given the go-ahead, the project would cost £750m and provide more than enough power for a city the size of Swansea.
The Chief Executive of Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay has told ITV News that Wales could become a world leader in tidal energy.
Sony's factory in Pencoed has made its one millonth Raspberry Pi computer. Production of the tiny computers started to be moved back to the UK in September 2012 and now all Raspberry Pis are made in Britain.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation says a total of 1.75million of the computers used for education have been sold so far. The one millionth British-made Pi will take pride of place in a gold-plated case presented to the company by Sony.
A space scientist from Aberystwyth University will be travelling to Chile’s Atacama desert later this week as preparations for the 2018 ExoMars mission to Mars continue.
Dr Stephen Pugh from the Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science (IMPACS) will be working on the ExoMars Panoramic Camera Instrument (PanCam) during a seven day field trial.
PanCam will be the science 'eyes' for the mission and will feature a correction system to ensure that images sent back to earth truly represent the colours on Mars.
The Aberystwyth PanCam work is led by Professor Dave Barnes who'll be based at mission control at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratories during the trial along with other PanCam team members.
The ExoMars mission is led by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos).
It will investigate the red planet's environment.
Some of our schoolchildren got a chance today to see a new supersonic car - designed to go 1,000 mph miles and break the land speed record.
A model of the Bloodhound was on show outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. It's hoped it'll inspire a new generation of engineers.
Tom Sheldrick reports.